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Practical Pig, Fiddler Pig and Fifer Pig are three brothers who build their own houses with bricks, sticks and straw respectively. All three of them play a different kind of musical instrument – Fifer Pig plays the flute, Fiddler Pig plays the fiddle and Practical Pig plays the piano. Fifer and Fiddler build their houses with much ease and have fun all day. Practical, on the other hand, works all day long to build his strong brick house, but his two brothers poke fun at him. An angry Practical warns them that if they don't build a better house, the Big Bad Wolf will threaten their lives. Fifer and Fiddler ignore him and continue to play, singing the now famous song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?".
One day, the Big Bad Wolf really comes by, and blows Fifer and Fiddler's houses down. The two pigs manage to escape from the hungry Wolf and hide at Practical's house. Unable to blow down the strong brick house, the Wolf disguises himself twice as an innocent sheep (that was at Fiddler's stick house) and a Fuller Brush man (a Jewish peddler in the uncensored version) to trick the pigs into letting him in, but fails. Finally, he attempts to enter the house through the chimney, but smart Practical Pig takes off the lid of a boiling pot filled with water under the chimney, and the Wolf falls right into it. Shrieking in pain, the Wolf runs away frantically, while the pigs sing "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" again.